Welcome to my official website
Ethan Musolini, aka the “Merchant of Success” is the CEO of Success Africa, a human resource development firm, a motivational speaker and a success coach committed to enabling organizations and individuals to maximize their potential.
A training consultant for British Council since 2004, he has successfully consulted for other organizations like Barclays Bank, World Vision, MTN, UN agencies, World Bank and Coca Cola among others.
"If One advances confidently in the direction of His dreams and endeavors to live the life He’s imagined, He will meet with success unexpected in common hours” Henry David Thoreau
IN MY BOOK SHELF
- Public Speaking Secrets Exposed
- Confidence and Self-esteem
- Get Motivated in 30 Second Or Less
- Wisdom and Success Quotes
WHAT I DO
“Take care- YES it’s important but most importantly take charge. Take charge of your choices. Take charge of your life & take charge of your destiny” – Ethan Musolini
Change your life now!
As a motivational speaker, author and consultant. I love inspiring individuals and organizations to raise their consciousness and realize their greatness
Be sure to catch up with me at my next event. I deliver trainings, motivational speeches & coaching series at seminars, workshops etc
My first encounter with Ethan was at a rotary project called RYLA Rotary Youth Leadership Awards in Jinja, Uganda, a boot camp of sorts organised for young people. Ethan was one of the speakers and listening to him altered my life forever. The confidence and self-esteem he inculcated in us as young people has made me move places than I could ever imagine. I’m glad that he finally joined us in one of the four star service organisations Rotary. Thanks for the inspiration
Ethan Musolini awed me in 2003 when he spoke to the public speaking class (where I was a member) being taught by Dr. Jack Smith at Makekere University then. One of the greatest things about him is that he discovered his key talent early. With him, no stone can be left unturned.
When I named my first born Ethan, except for the movies, I had never heard of anyone with the same. Before I broke the news to family and friends, I spent lots of days on internet getting to the meaning. I was happy I had a unique name. Two days later, I saw on TV a much older face Ethan (Musolini). I was disappointed at first, but when I continued watching, I found lots of sense in the show and have never missed reading Ethan’s column whenever I come across the newspaper.
I am one of those Ethan counseled and didn't remain the same. I’m proud of him! He really understands motivational Speaking and business. A round of applause from me.